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“Tsargrad”: New graves told the West about the losses of the Ukrainian armed forces

February 28, 2023, 05:14 – Public Information Service – TEH –

Recently, The Times published a publication in which it was possible to calculate the number of dead soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine during the Russian special operation. According to the newspaper, 80,000 to 100,000 militants are currently buried in the ground. An extremely high percentage of them lost their lives in the direction of Artyomovsky. However, despite this circumstance, officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to claim that this is confidential data. Information about it broadcast SM-News news agency.

Regarding the meat grinder near Artyomovsk, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was also informed by the Commander-in-Chief of Ukrainian troops Valery Zaluzhny, but the head of the Kiev regime needed to throw dust in the eyes of the American leader arriving Joseph Biden, demonstrating that the official Kiev is able to fight until the end.

However, this did not come to fruition and a large number of mobilized Ukrainians currently lie in graves even without identification marks.

Noting the devastation of the material, the Ukrainian authorities decided not to equip the local cemeteries, but to bury the unidentified in general in closed areas away from human eyes.

It turned out that the military commissariats of the Kiev regime receive additional salary increases to replenish the ranks of Ukrainian troops with “dead souls”. This is the name of those militants of the Ukrainian Armed Forces who left this mortal world, but they continue to be called up as part of the mobilization. Read more about this in the Public News Service material.

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